2017年成人高考专升本《英语》应试模拟题(7)

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一、语音知识
1、
A.vehicle
B.exhibition
C.exhaust
D.enhance


2、
A.baggage
B.suggestion
C.biography
D.paragraph 

3、
A.naked
B.complicated
C.snowboarded
D.described 

4、
A. background
B.although
C.blouse
D.amount


5、
A.toothache
B.touch
C.bench
D.butcher
二、词汇与语法知识
6、 Mr.Wang and his son, both looking very happy, ________  taking a walk in the park.
A.are 
B.is
C.has 
D.have


7、
You________ see the doctor if that back ache persists.
A.better
B.better have
C.have better
D.had better


8、
When my grandfather died, I discovered that he had left me some money in his________
A.savings
B.will
C.credit card
D.cash machine


9、
-- Would you prefer tea or coffee?
-- I ________  have some coffee, please.
A.will
B.am going to
C.am about
D.would


10、
________ explores the nature of guilt and responsibility and builds to a remarkable conclusion.
A.The written beautifully novel
B.The beautifully written novel
C.The novel beautifully written
D.The written novel beautifully 

11、
Many modern critics of American literature have called Mark Twain,  born Samuel Clemens,________
A.as America's greatest writer
B.was America's greatest writer
C.America's greatest writer
D.to have been America's greatest writer


12、
________ many times, but he still couldn't understand it.
A.Having been told
B.He was told
C.Though he had been told
D.Having told


13、 Francis Preston Blair Jr.,________ born in Kentucky, lived and practiced law in Missouri.
A.was 
B.although 
C.he was
D.who he was


14、

The tenants were asked to throw all recyclable trash into________
A.the big green plastic bag
B.the green big plastic bag
C.the big plastic green bag
D.the green plastic big bag


15、
You had better not ________ there alone.
A.go
B.going
C.to go
D.went


16、
Marry, as well as Torn,________ a key to the office.
A.have
B.Having
C.to have
D.has 

17、
"Do you go out________on weekends?  Yes,we sometimes go out.
A.very often
B.in a time
C.once upon a time
D.once in a while


18、
I think I have persuaded Jenny to come________ to our point of view
A.in
B.around
C.over
D.along with


19、 I spoke to several people at the cocktail party.Was John________ one with the red hair?
A.(blank)
B.a
C.an
D.the


20、

________that she liked curry,he would have brought her to an Indian restaurant.
A.If John knows
B.Had John known
C.If John knew
D.Dose John know
三、完型填空
21、回答21-35题
Thanks for reminding me by e-mail that you want to baby-sit our children.In spite of the 21that you are only 12 years old, my wife and I would be 22 to consider your application if you can meet a few modest 23 :
1.Submit three letters from 24 who will certify that you have never failed to follow directions perfectly in class and never failed to hand in a homework assignment 25
2.Submit a note from two 26 who will certify that you are in perfect health, have never been sick, and never will be sick.
3.Submit a document from your physical education teacher or team 27 that proves that you can do each of the following: Run two miles in 28 than nine minutes, climb a greased rope to a 29 of twenty feet in thirty seconds while balancing a glass of water on your nose, and walk in bare feet over hot coals and broken glass without complaint or 30
4.Submit notarized letters from at least two mental health professionals31that you have never 32 a jealous, envious, or hostile thought towards any living being or inanimate object.
5.Play and 33 five expert chess players while blindfolded after going without sleep for 48 hours.
6.Wait 34 for two years while we have private investigators 35 that all your documents are authentic.Your loving and trusting friends,
The Smiths

A.fact
B.thing
C.reason
D.fair


22、
A.like
B.willing
C.lovely
D.impatient


23、
A.nquiry
B.conditions
C.requirements
D.measurements


24、
A.parents
B.classmates
C.neighbors
D.teachers


25、
A.delayed
B.in time
C.early
D.on time


26、
A.nurses
B.teachers
C.doctors
D.parents


27、
A.professor
B.coach
C.school master
D.friends


28、
A.less
B.Fewer
C.more
D.little


29、
A.height
B.length
C.far
D.depth


30、
A.wound
B.injury
C.destruction
D.damage


31、
A.in a word
B.stating
C.showing
D.respecting


32、
A.made
B.complained
C.had
D.thought


33、
A.be failed
B.hate
C.defeat
D.control


34、
A.eagerly
B.warmly
C.excitedly
D.patiently


35、
A.decide
B.know
C.notice
D.confirm 

四、阅读理解
36、 回答36-55题
    Only one animal can walk 200 miles without stopping once to rest.It would take a person two days and two nights to walk this far, and only one man has ever done it without stopping.What amazing animal has such endurance? The camel ! The camel is well known for something else, too.It can cross an entire desert without a single drink of water.Its body is built in a special way to help it store water and food.A person has just one stomach, but a camel has quite a few.Within each stomach are layers and layers of cells.These cells are like tiny water balloons, storing liquids until the camel needs them.When the camel drinks, the cells grow larger and larger.For a whole week, they can keep the animal's thirst away by sending water to all parts of its body.And did you ever wonder why the camel has a hump? The hump is a storage place for fat.Because it has this storage area, the camel does not need to eat very often.When the animal needs energy, the layers of fat serve as fuel to keep it going on the long, hot days in the burning sun.The camel has one other gift that makes it well suited to arid regions.This gift is its amazing nose.A camel can smell a water hole from miles away!
    When a camel moves it sways from side to side like a ship on a wavy ocean.Because of this swaying motion, the camel has been called the "Ship of the Desert."

The camel's hump is a storage place for________
A.muscles
B.extra water
C.body sugars
D.fat


37、 We can conclude from this passage that camels________
A.feel at home in the desert
B.like to carry heavy loads
C.look like ships from a distance
D.will always be useful


38、 The author compares cells with water balloons in order to________
A.make you think of summer
B.help you visualize the ceils
C.show how rubber is elastic
D.show how many shapes cells can have


39、 The word "arid" is closest in meaning to________
A.sunny
B.flat
C.dry
D.sandy 

40、回答40-59题
    Japan's 24-hour convenience stores, already struggling with lagging sales and growth, may soon face yet another threat--moves to limit business hours and close the stores late at night.The prefecture of Saitama, which borders Tokyo, may follow in the footsteps of the western city of Kyoto and urge convenience stores to close during late night hours in an effort to limit carbon dioxide emissions.Kyoto, a former capital, wants to persuade convenience and other 24-hour stores to close late at night so as to improve evening views of the city and cut down on energy use.The Nikkei said closures could last from 11 p.m.to 7 a.m.The move is strongly opposed by the industry, which fears a withering impact on an already troubled sector also grappling with the specter of a higher tobacco tax, which could hit overall sales."Even if we only operate the stores for 16 hours, we can't stop the refrigerators," said Toshiro Yamaguchi, the president of Seven-Eleven Japan Co.He said such cuts in operating hours would reduce each store's profit by 20 percent."If this happens, our current business model will lose its foundation."
    Analysts said that while it is difficult to estimate the potential impact of the move without a concrete plan, their overall impression was that it was likely to he negative."This could cut profits and lead to less efficient operations and the increased loss of opportunities," said Masafumi Shoda, an analyst." But h depends on the store--urban stores do better than others.There are some in the countryside that are inefficient."

Which Japanese city was the first to try to limit conventience store hours?
A.Saitama.
B.Tokyo.
C.Kyoto.
D.Nagoya.


41、
What's the main goal behind the proposal?
A.To give employees more free time.
B.To limit carbon dioxide emissions.
C.To sell more tobacco products.
D.To increase each store's profit.


42、 How's the convenience store sector doing in Japan?
A.The article doesn't say.
B.It's doing great.
C.Not very well.
D.Cannot see clearly.


43、
According to the article, which convenience stores are generally more successful?
A.The ones in big cities.
B.The ones in the countryside.
C.The ones that sell alcohol.
D.The ones that are owned by Seven-Eleven Co.

44、回答44-63题
    Years ago, a cigarette commercial asked if you were smoking more, but enjoying it less.That describes the way many of us live today.We are doing more, but enjoying it less.And when that doesn't work, we compound the problem.In our frantic search for satisfaction, we try stuffing still more into our days, never realizing that we are taking the wrong approach.The truth is simple; so simple it is hard to believe.Satisfaction lies with less, not with more.Yet, we pursue the myth that this thing, or that activity, will somehow provide the satisfaction we so desperately seek.Arthur Lindman, in his devastating book, The Harried Leisure Class, described the futility of pursuing more.His research focused on what people did with their leisure time.He found that as income rose, people bought more things to occupy their leisure time.But, ironically, the more things they bought, the less they valued any one of them.Carried to an extreme, he predicted massive boredom in the midst of tremendous variety.That was more than twenty years ago, and his prediction seems more accurate every year.Lindman of course, is not the first to discover this.The writer of Ecclesiastes expressed the same thought thousands of years ago.It is better, he wrote, to have less, but enjoy it more.If you would like to enjoy life more, I challenge you to experiment with me.How could you simplify your life? What could you drop? What could you do without? What could you stop pursuing? What few things could you concentrate on?
The more I learn, the more I realize that fullness of life does not depend on things.The more I give up, the more I seem to gain.But words will never convince you.You must try it for yourself.

Arthur Lindman wrote________
A.a novel
B.The Harried Leisure Class
C.Ecclesiastes
D.an article on smoke


45、 Lindman wrote his book________
A.ten years ago
B.twenty years ago
C.more than twenty years ago
D.less than ten year ago

46、 Based on the passage, we can make our life happier if we________
A.get rid of useless things
B.buy more things
C.sell things we do not need
D.send things to our friends


47、 Based on the passage, simplifying our life is________
A.nonsense
B.our duty
C.a good piece of advice
D.unrealistic

48、 回答48-67题
    There are no inevitable outcomes of social class in child rearing.At the same time, there is no question that social class is important factor in how children are raised and the kind of adults that children become.Regarding social class, sociologists have found that parents socialize their children into the behaviors and norms of their work worlds.Members of the working class are closely supervised and are expected to follow explicit rules at their jobs.If they do not follow the precise rules and do as they are told, they will not keep their jobs.  Their experience influences how they deal with their children.As a result, their concern is less with their children's motivations and more with their children's outward conformity.Thus they are more apt to use physical punishment in managing their children.On the other hand, middle-class parents, who are expected to take more initiative on the job, are more concerned that their children develop curiosity, self-expression, and self-control.They are also more likely to withdraw privileges or affection than to use physical punishment.

The word "explicit" means________
A.vague
B.difficult
C.confusing
D.clearly defined


49、 According to this passage, working-class parents are more likely than middle-class parents  to________
A.use physical punishment for discipline
B.have children who finish college
C.have children who are out of control
D.show less love to their children


50、 Middle-class parents will encourage their children to be________
A.self-confident
B.reliable
C.curious
D.successful


51、 This passage is about________
A.the relation between social class of the parents and their children's rearing
B.the similarities between working class and middle class parents
C.the differences between children of working class and the ones of middle class
D.the relation between working class and middle class in their working places 

52、 回答52-71题
    It takes a long time to grow a tree.How long? Well, pine trees are the quickest growing trees, but still, they take twenty years to reach a size suitable for cutting and harvesting.An oak takes about sixty years to grow to a good size.A redwood may take hundreds of years.Lumber companies, which make their money on trees, depend on those that grow quickly.Therefore, they are always looking for methods to make trees grow faster.So far, the secret to fast growing trees seems to lie in " super-seeds." These are seeds that are gathered from the quickest growing trees in a forest.One company searched 100,000 acres of trees and selected the seeds from just fifteen trees.These two ounces of seed were enough to plant several hundred new trees.Eventually, when these trees have grown, seeds will again be taken only from the fastest growing trees of crop.This process of artificial selection will yield, in the future, a super-tree that will grow in half the time it takes normal trees to develop.Unfortunately, it takes a long time for a plan like this to reach its goal.The Weyerhauser Lumber
    Corporation, which started its first collection of seed in 1958, is just now beginning to harvest the
    super-seeds of the first generation of the faster growing trees.

This selection centers on________
A.the life span of trees
B.the age of redwoods
C.making trees grow quickly
D.cutting trees for lumber


53、 Trees that grow faster are developed by________
A.planting many trees and fertilizing them
B.collecting seeds from strong, slow growing trees
C.selecting the seeds of the fastest growing trees
D.feeding them high-energy plant foods


54、
Super-trees________
A.will be a great benefit to lumber companies
B.make extra-good lumber for buildings
C.will probably be weak because of their fast growth
D.may be defenseless to many insects and diseases


55、
The word "therefore" in paragraph 2 indicates that a________
A.speech is beginning
B.conclusion follows
C.comparison is being made
D.metaphor is being used 
五、补全对话
56、

回答56-60题
A.I prefer 
B.that's OK
C.I'd love to
D.What do you like
E.Would you like to go
F.That sounds fine
G.cannot work 
H.have to work late
Dave: I have tickets to The Phantom of the Opera on Friday night.56 ?
Susan: Thanks.57What time is the show?
Dave: It's at 8:00.Susan: That sounds great.So, do you want to have dinner at 6:00?
Dave: Uh, I'd like to, but I 58
Susan: Oh, 59Let's just meet at the theater before the show, around 7:30.Dave : 60

________


57、 ________


58、 ________


59、 ________


60、 ________

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